Kickboxer: Retaliation


Action / Drama

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 91%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 85%
IMDb Rating 0 10 0


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Jean-Claude Van Damme as Master Durand
Christopher Lambert as Thomas Moore
Mike Tyson as Briggs
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969.11 MB
23.976 fps
1hr 50 min
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1hr 50 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by asenstoyan4ev 9 / 10

Far better than the previous chapter, Kickboxer: Retaliation delivers spectacular fun!

The flick really surprised me. It contains some well-choreographed action scenes and the storytelling is very intense. Alain Moussi is a great choice as Kurt Sloan. The man is very skilled in martial arts and boy, this is visible on the screen. The whole cast is superb. I really liked the cameo of Ronaldinho and how he throw balls at Kurt Sloan. There are some quality fight scenes with Mike Tyson as well and JCVD is simply grea as Master Durand. His character is witty and well-written. Jean-Claude proves that he still got the moves! There are many MMA stars that appear in the movie as well and this powers the whole fun. What makes the flick utterly entertaining is the almost half an hour long final one on one scenes between Alain Moussi and Hafþór Júlíus Björnsson, a.k.a. the Moutain from Game of Thrones. This is arguably one of the most terrific one on one fighting scenes that I have recently watched. To wrap it all up, Kickboxer: Retaliation is not a perfect movie but it is more than satisfying and if you are a fan of the quality martial arts actioners, this one won't dissapoint you.

Reviewed by J. (CountJonnie) 3 / 10

Shouldn't have done this

Kickboxer Vengeance was bad enough. It had redeeming qualities, but only for those who liked the original, appreciated Bautista as Tong Po and enjoyed the countless cameos.

Kickboxer Retaliation is not a sequel or a remake. It's just a pointless movie with the same actors who tried to make the same (bad) movie with 10% of their motivation. Sure, the story about Sloan training and fighting for a newer, bigger and badder enemy in order to save his girl is bad and non-existent, and sure, the acting was atrocious. But the actors didn't even seem to enjoy their work, or give their best during the fight scenes. Let alone that the 2 most important co-stars JC Van Damme and Christopher Lambert looked like they hated their work and were fighting Crohn disease at the same time.

The best part of this movie are the scenes with Mike Tyson, who seems to be a pleasant surprise in various action movies. But that alone doesn't make this movie worth your time and money.

Reviewed by Lucas Gunnarson 2 / 10

This should stop

I absolutely love JCVD. He's one of my movie heroes and I'll pay to watch anything he's in... But this one is quite bad. Horrible script with even worse dialogues. You can't help but laugh at some parts. Not even JCVD's charisma, and Tyson's guest appearance can make the almost 2 hours of the movie any less painful.

I watched the first Kickboxer when I was a kid and it was one of my favorite movies, so it is quite sad to see the state the franchise is in nowadays. I mean, seriously, the final fight scene?? It is as grotesque as it is unreal haha

To sum things up:

---- Spoilers ahead ----

Kurt is trying to make a name for himself on MMA, gets kidnapped by Plummer's character (horrible acting, by the way), and is forced to fight a Mongkut ("The Mountain" from Game of Thrones) after he punches Kurt's wife into a coma with a punch to the stomach (wtf?!?!? hahaha). Like, absolutely no story, no motive, and oh, Mongkut is supposed to revenge Tong Po for also absolutely no reason! No connection to him what-so-ever. And his "trainer" is a nerdy "scientist" that keeps injecting him with adrenaline shots. Oh lord, what a mess. Please don't waste your time unless you're JCVD huge fan like I am.

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